Having a pool and a spa helps you beat both weather extremes here in Pittsburgh, PA. However, if the pumps, lights, heaters, and filters for either option are improperly wired, it can spell disaster. Our skilled electricians at Gillece Services can help.
We have over 40 years of experience and go above and beyond on every job we take on to offer unbeatable customer service and results. Let us be your trusted team for home wiring services.
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Professional Wiring Makes a Difference
Most electrical wiring issues should be left to a professional, but installing or repairing pool and hot tub electrical wiring is particularly risky. Wiring errors can be incredibly dangerous to swimmers and are likely to shorten the lifespan of your hot tub or pool’s entire wiring system.
That’s why you should rely on the high-quality work of our experienced electricians. We follow the National Electrical Code requirements for pool and hot tub wiring to ensure that you can enjoy swimming or a soak in your hot tub safely. Our professionals can also examine pool wiring diagrams and pool hookups to pinpoint the exact causes of any problems with your pool.
Pool Wiring Services You Can Trust
We offer wiring services for both in ground and above-ground pools, whether you are building a new pool or need wiring services for an existing pool. Pools need wiring to power the mechanisms that keep them lit, filtered, heated, and circulated.
A problem with your pool's wiring could cause problems ranging from cosmetic flaws like malfunctioning lights to rendering your pool completely unusable. Diagrams of your pool's wiring let our workers quickly find and fix any problems.
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Hot Tub and Spa Wiring
Hot tub wiring is similar to pool wiring, with a few notable differences. Instead of cooling, hot tubs and spas require wiring to their heating elements and blowers to create a warm and relaxing environment.
Powering a hot tub also puts more stress on your home’s electrical system.
Before installation, our electricians will ensure that your home has sufficient amperage to support this new appliance, which usually requires at least a 100 AMP service. Some of the main electrical components used to power hot tubs include:
- Manual disconnect panel
- Hot tub GFCI breaker
- Main electrical panel and disconnect
- Proper conduits
- General-use receptacles